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Billionaire investor Carl Icahn has made over $2bn by selling all his shares in Apple.
The Royal Bank of Scotland has just reported a pre-tax loss of £968m for the first quarter. This is more than double of last year’s loss of £446m.
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Government says incident did not involve drone
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A group of eight economists have launched a pro-brexit campaign arguing that the British economy would see a 4% boost if we left the European Union.
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This Londoner is rolling out "Priority Seat" badges for those who are also less able to stand on the Tube
Transport for London set to trial the new badge
The bank has suffered a bad performance
Slow growth for first quarter of 2016
Polina Montano is co-founder and COO of hiring app Job Today, which launched in London this year.
Hospitals coping well after being quieter than expected
Damp patched and stains on walls are the biggest turn-offs for potential buyers, according to a survey by Gocompare.com.
This is Apple’s first revenue drop since 2003
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Big Ben is set to fall silent in 2017 as part of a £29m renovation programme.
The “fear of rejection” is holding Brits back from getting a pay rise, according to a study by recruitment agency Randstad.
In yet another blow to Britain’s high streets, 115-year-old British tailor Austin Reed is set to collapse into administration.
BHS has more than £1.3bn of debt
Southern Rail has said that it expects severe disruption to train services on Tuesday and Wednesday due to a staff walkout.
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EDF pushes final decision back to September
British Home Stores has entered administration putting 11,000 jobs and 164 stores at risk
Fight against UK’s drone problem gets gladiatorial
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UK unemployment rose by 21,000 to 1.7 million between December and February, according to latest Office for National Statistics (ONS) figures.
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Top UK universities not high quality enough to charge £9,000 a year, says leaked government document
Photograph reveals government’s higher education concerns
The iPhone 7 will boast an all-glass enclosure and drop the hard aluminium casing, according to media reports.
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The FTSE 100 just hit a new record for 2016, rising above the 6,400 level in early trading.
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Londoners ignore new rules
Goldsmith’s campaign enters aggressive phase
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Leaving EU would shrink UK economy by 6%, says the chancellor
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